Category Archives: Green Water

Waterlogic Acquisition Adds Excitement to Taylor Made!

PRESS RELEASE Waterlogic Plc Acquisition of Taylor Made Water Systems Inc. Waterlogic Plc (AIM: WTL.L), a leading designer, manufacturer and global distributor of point-of-use ("POU") drinking water purification and dispensing systems, is pleased to announce that it has agreed to … Continue reading

Green Water, In The News

Fiji Plant Reopens

In a not very shocking development, which I predicted, Fiji waters reopened its bottling plant on its namesake island.  After “negotiations” with the Fiji government.  And all is well with shipping water across the globe again because Hollywood likes a … Continue reading

Bottled Water, Green Water, In The News

FIJI Water to Leave Fiji?

According to a press release from Fiji Water, they will be closing their bottling plant on the island of Fiji after the government imposed a 15 cent per liter tax on bottled water.  Apparently, the tax only applies to Fiji … Continue reading

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Sustainable water supply coming online in Colorado

  Here is an innovative solution in Colorado using recaptured river water, natural filtration, and some high tech solutions to help protect against drought.      http://www.waterchat.com/News/State/10/Q4/state_101022-02.htm CO: Aurora Water’s Sustainable Water Supply System Complete Aurora, CO – The city … Continue reading

Green Water, In The News, Water Purification

I heart NYC water launched

  NYC, boasting some pretty good tap water, is launching a campaign to promote its tap water over bottled water.  And they’re selling T-shirts and reusable water bottles!  But, they won’t bottle their water as that would go against their … Continue reading

Bottled Water, Green Water, In The News

Organic Store Stops Selling Bottled Water

  I like this, and not just because they are using a Point of Use Cooler, like our TM1R…   http://voices.washingtonpost.com/local-breaking-news/dc/dc-grocer-bans-water-bottles.html D.C. grocer bans water bottles   MOM’s Organic Market is getting in on D.C.’s anti-plastic push with a decision … Continue reading

Bottled Water, Green Water, In The News, Water Purification

More Nestle Troubles vs. Environmentalists

Nestle is raising salmon in municipal well water to determine if tapping 100 million gallons of local spring water in a small Oregon town is feasible.  Faced with decreasing revenue in its massive bottled water empire, Nestle is getting creative … Continue reading

Bottled Water, Green Water, In The News, Water problems

Water Softener Study – Energy Savings for Soft Water

The Battelle Study, initiated by the Water Quality Research Foundation, found that water softeners save a good deal of energy and money.  In fact, softeners were found to be one of “the best” energy savers available to households, especially with … Continue reading

Green Water, Water problems, Water Purification, water softeners